Adopting Pets in Bend: Where to Rescue Cats and Dogs in Central Oregon On Pets And Tricks

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Whether you want to foster, adopt, donate or volunteer, Central Oregon Pet Shelters need your help. It’s never too late to pick up a pet who needs a forever home, and there are plenty of rescues around that could be harboring your future furry BFF. Here they are:

 

Bend

Humane Society of Central Oregon

HSCO provides care for 4,000 lost, abandoned, neglected and abused companion animals each year and adopts companion animals into loving responsible homes.

Adoptable Dogs: https://www.hsco.org/dogs-puppies/

Adoptable Cats: https://www.hsco.org/cats-kittens/

Contact:

https://www.hsco.org/

61170 S.E. 27th St.

Bend, OR  97702

(541) 382-3537

 

Herd U Needed A Home | Border Collie And Mixed Canine Rescue

The mission of Herd U Needed A Home Rescue is to provide displaced and at risk herding dogs in the Pacific Northwest with the opportunity to find loving, appropriate forever homes.

Adoptable Dogs: http://herduneededahome.com/pet/

Contact:

Home

Contact Us

 

Street Dog Hero

Street Dog Hero wants to inspire change and help rescue street dogs from around the world.

Adoptable Dogs: https://www.streetdoghero.org/adoptable-dogs-1

Contact:

https://www.streetdoghero.org/

https://www.streetdoghero.org/contact

 

Lead and Love Dog Rescue

Lead and Love Dog Rescue’s mission is to help local Shelters achieve a High Save status. They focus their efforts on those dogs that are being overlooked by the public due to behavior issues. They take those dogs and place them in the Lead and Love program where they receive daily training and/or rehabilitation. When they are ready, they find them the best possible loving home environment in which they can thrive.

Adoptable Dogs: http://leadandlove.org/our-dogs/

Contact:

http://leadandlove.org/

(541) 788-1406

 

The Rawley Project

The Rawley Project is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit animal protection and welfare organization created to find homes for dogs that have been abandoned. We serve our community by providing resources to remain together with rehoming assistance; and we provide protection and refuge for pets with humans in crisis who do not want to surrender their pet to a shelter. Additionally we work to reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats through sterilization and wellness clinics. We strive to be transparent, collaborative, inclusive and progressive. Together, we can make a difference.

Adoptable Dogs: https://www.therawleyproject.org/adopt

Contact:

https://www.therawleyproject.org/

 

Redmond

BrightSide Animal Center

BrightSide is a high-save shelter focused on sheltering and rehabilitating animals, and equipping them for success in their next home. They believe that every animal who enters through their back receiving door deserves the chance to leave through our front door with a secure future.

Adoptable Dogs: http://brightsideanimals.org/adoptable-dogs/

Adoptable Cats: http://brightsideanimals.org/adoptable-cats-2/

Other Adoptable Pets: http://brightsideanimals.org/dogs-cats-for-adoption/other-adoptable-pets/

Contact:

brightsideanimals.org

1355 NE Hemlock Ave.

Redmond, OR 97756

(541) 923-0882

[email protected]

 

Tumalo

Cascade Canine Rescue East and West

CCREW is a rescue group of loving, hard working volunteers who save dogs and puppies of all breeds from urgent situations, and overcrowded high kill shelters.

Adoptable Dogs: https://www.ccrewdog.org/adopt/

Contact:

Home

65065 94th St.

Bend, OR 97703

(541) 948-0097

(541) 419-8687

[email protected]

 

Madras

Three Rivers Humane Society

Central Oregon Animal Friends is committed to promoting healthy, safe and lifelong relationships between people and their pets through sustainable programs of education, adoption and spay/neutering. We will endeavor to fight for the abused and abandoned, and foster a community where no companion animal will be killed because it is homeless.

Adoptable Pets: https://threerivershs.org/petfinder/

Contact:

https://threerivershs.org/

1694 SE McTaggart Rd

Madras, Oregon 97741

541-475-6889

 

Prineville

Humane Society of the Ochocos

Our Mission is to help create a community responsible for animals, to give shelter to stray and abandoned domestic animals, and find them loving, permanent homes. Further, we are dedicated to improving the welfare of all companion animals in Crook County by promoting spay/neutering and other expressions of responsible pet ownership.

Adoptable Pets: http://hsonokillshelter.org/pet-finder/

Contact:

Humane Society of the Ochocos

1280 Tom McCall Rd.

Prineville, OR 97754

(541) 447-7178

 

 

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